NAZI Blueprints of Flying Saucers Found, Reverse Engineering and Tested

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German engineer, who claimed that the Soviets German experts were able to get flying saucers back to work. Today’s American space dream is made possible to NAZIS.

Your opinion?
  • Fake (3)
  • Real (16)
  • Not Alien (2)

6 Comments

  1. They only wished!
    The Soviets would have wiped us out long ago if they had these devices. Anyone can draw up plans, but doesn’t say they’ll work.

  2. My God, this stuff is really old. The images of the UFO have been created by a Russian image specialist, who specialises on digitally recreating historical aircraft that were lost. The Ufo / Hanebau saucer images was made for the documentary that ran on Rossija TV in 2007. We’ve all seen that one. But there is no real proof for all of that and the so-called construction plans are surely a poorly executed fake. Sorry.

  3. My comment to all the writers above
    @Anonymous: You understood wrong
    @Amy Blatt: You show the typical behaviour of a heavy influenced mind. As Albert Einstein once stated:
    “Common sense is nothing more than a deposit of prejudices laid down in the mind before you reach eighteen.”
    @Alexander Markert-1: “…so-called construction plans are surely a poorly executed fake”
    In which you base your claims?
    @Alexander Markert-2: “Reichweite in Flugzeit” means Range: Flight time of 18 h
    It says that max flying time can be 18 h – independent how ‘fast’ you fly. So you can calculate the ‘theoretical range’ by yourself: From speed of 4.800km/h to ‘theoretically’ achievable speed of 17.000km/h.
    And to correct you: It’s not ‘that crappy German'(language); instead it is your crappy phrasing.

  4. @starchild. Even if noone likes Nazi Germany, that doesn’t mean that German engineers were idiots. Those plans are crap, as is the sentence, I took the liberty to criticise. It’s my mother tongue and no German would ever write such nonsense, especially no engineer. I strongly suspect some juvenile Russian or Asian source, in any case somebody whose mother-tongue is not German. Sure it would be nice to see some original Messerschmitt construction plans for ordinary aircraft from the period to check on, but I don’t think this is necessary here. Also look at the row of windows being out of a straight line. Absolutely laughable. Put it that way if you like: If those craft really existed, these are surely NOT the plans. And as Amy said, if the Soviets had had access to that technology they would have used it long ago instead of mucking about with their outdated solid booster rockets. And what the motvoe of the Rossija documentary was, is not quite clear to me. In any case it’s perfectly normal in Russia to report on the paranormal. All TV channels have programs like that.

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